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“Trying to oppose remediation spending is, however, one of the more thankless tasks that a public policy proponent could takeon.”
“OpenVolokh, perhaps you could clarify: as soldiers of all nationalities already risk death in the course of any armed conflict, how much more risk would you like them to takeon?”
“Specifically, the article repeats, without question, Mrs. Connell's very damning takeon the reporters following her husband's story -- in particular, Larisa Alexandrovnaof Raw Story.”
“To answer the obvious questions, Courtney Dempsey says that yes, she will takeon her husband's name making her Courtney Courtney.”
“But reading reports prepared by these organizations and determining which ones are accurate and credible is still a difficult and time-consuming task that few voters are likely to takeon.”
“To celebrate the climax of the domestic season Sportsmail and Britannia, principalpartner of Stoke City, are giving two lucky Stoke fans theopportunity to round off the season in VIP style and witness a pivotalclash in the race to be Premier League champions when the Potters takeon Manchester United at Old Trafford.”
“They have since gone from strength tostrength, finishing seventh last term, and on Thursday they will takeon Wolfsburg in the Europa League quarter-finals.”
“The Thundercontinues to play on the road heading off to Charleston, South Carolina to takeon the Battery on April 24th.”
“Here's my takeon the matter: Wife confronts Tiger about mistress.”
“I do not want them to ruin 40s swing music with their disgusting lack of talent. jason b why are they going the comedic route? many of these guys suggest a less than serious takeon cap/rogers ... this should be a WW2 epic, not a fucking slapstick film. alex”
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